Ran to a similar level on his first two starts, shaping with promise at Doncaster and then Leicester, with both races on ground softer than good. A replication of that form could be enough, and he may also improve for the step up in trip and if there is a sounder surface here.
Left his debut form well behind him to run well over C&D last time, having never figured on debut. Looks progressive and could be tough to beat here if taking another step forward, though he has to reverse form with Hateya.
Ran a fair race on debut especially given he missed the break, and should enjoy the step up in trip here. He will need to find a fair amount of improvement to get on terms with the leading contenders, though.
Beat only one horse home on debut at Lingfield earlier in the month and looks to have it all to do in order to mount a serious challenge here.
Was beaten 24L on debut having never looked dangerous and was sent off at 20/1. Another minor role looks likely on that basis.
Her last run at Lingfield was easily her best to date (5f, good to firm), and she has looked generally progressive so far, having taken a while to learn how to race efficiently. Would need another career best here though, and by some way.
Went close on debut over C&D despite racing keenly in the early stages and is entitled to run another big race here, especially if settling better and starting more alertly than she did during that first racecourse appearance.
Disappointed at Chepstow last time (5f, good to soft), having impressed on debut here over shorter. Will need to put that last run well behind her here, and goes from the inside stall, which is not always an advantage over this C&D.
Alaska (2/1), Royal Liberty (11/4), Move To The Front (9/2), Hateya (9/2), Super Florence (12/1), Llamrei (16/1), Mrs Teasdale (25/1), Terri Rules (25/1), The Kiddie Kid (33/1)